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EU summit: No breakthrough but new Brexit headache for Theresa May

There had been hopes this week's gathering of EU leaders in Brussels - previously dubbed the "moment of truth" for Brexit - could overcome the impasse in negotiations

Brexit deal timeline slips again as EU scraps plan for November...

Following talks in Brussels on Wednesday night, the EU27 pushed back expectations of a conclusion to Brexit negotiations until December at the earliest

Caviar, diamonds, Netflix and Aberdeen Angus cattle: The latest ‘no-deal’ Brexit...

Covering areas from train travel to consumer rights and caviar imports to diamond trading, here's what they say

Princess Eugenie’s wedding ‘will have air of intimacy about it’, says...

The Dean of Windsor, David Conner - who will officiate and give the address at the second royal wedding of this year - described how it has been a "real pleasure" to work with the pair

Shaun Bailey: ‘Grotesque’ views of Tory candidate for London mayor attacked

He has been accused of being "opposed to multiculturalism" - and a leading anti-Islamophobia organisation has vowed to raise its concerns with Mr Bailey personally

Michael Gove unveils scheme to provide 250m meals in food waste...

The environment secretary announced the pilot scheme, to be backed by the £15m of extra funding allocated to tackle food waste, at the Conservative Party conference in Birmingham

Juncker: British planes may be stopped from landing in EU if...

The European Commission president said at a public meeting in Freiburg: "Sometimes I have the impression that the British think that it's us quitting Great Britain, but it's exactly the other way around

Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt compares EU to ‘prison’ of Soviet Union

In a notable speech at the Conservative Party Conference in Birmingham, the foreign secretary warned Brussels against rejecting the "hand of friendship" offered by Theresa May

Conservative conference begins with heavy defeat for Tory MPs in traditional...

Lining up against Westminster journalists, the team of Tory MPs and advisers were far from "strong and stable" as they conceded a succession of goals in the second half

Who’s auditioning for the Conservative leadership in Birmingham this week?

:: Boris Johnson - The former foreign secretary will deliver one of (if not the most) highly-anticipated speeches of the Tory conference on Tuesday. He plans to address a 1,000-strong rally during his one-day appearance on the fringe of the Birmingham gathering, ensuring he dominates headlines on